Following the reports of the ongoing demise of Rinji Peter Bala who was shot to death by security agents, the state Operation SAFE HAVE HAVEN have given an announcement
“OPSH REGRETS THE UNFORTUNATE DEATH OF CIVILIAN ON 12 MAY 2020
OPERATION SAFE HAVE HAVEN laments the deplorable passing of a non military personnel by name Mr Rinji Peter Bala by its work force.
At about 10pm on 12 May 2020, news was gotten on the exercises of suspected furnished burglars and cultists working around eighteenth Street, Jos South LGA of Plateau State. The report uncovered that the hoodlums exploited the lockdown and time limit to execute wrongdoings. Therefore, Sector 1 watch troops of OPSH quickly reacted and captured 7 suspects, which were promptly moved to the Headquarters Sector 1 for starter examination. From there on, 5 out of the 7 suspects were cleared and requested to leave the premises. Lamentably as they were leaving the premises, one of the work force on guard obligation confused them with getting away from suspects. In this manner started shooting at them, which prompted the demise of Mr Rinji Bala.
Be that as it may, a careful examination is continuous to disentangle the conditions encompassing the episode. In the interim the MOPOL faculty associated with the occurrence has been captured and kept likewise.
Operation SAFE HAVEN has denounced the miserable occurrence. Agent of OPSH has likewise visited the parent of the perished to sympathize with them. OPSH likewise guarantees the overall population of equity”.
Media Officer, Operation SAFE HAVEN